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A: Unfortunately, individual episodes of TV programs are not usually released to the public for reasons of copyright and also because a lot of older programs are no longer kept by TV stations, or maintained in a format that is compatible with current equipment.  I can only suggest that you contact the television station that originally produced the program (a list of addresses can be found below) or contact the National Film and Sound Archive. But, again, without permission of the copyright holder(s) — and some stations no longer have the copyright on programs they used to air — they may be unable to release any footage.

However, certain classic and contemporary television programs are being retrieved from the archives where possible and being released on DVD — check your local or online DVD retailer

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ABC: Website
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Telephone: 139994 (national)

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TCN Sydney: Locked Bag 999, NORTH SYDNEY NSW 2059
GTV Melbourne: 717 Bourke Street, DOCKLANDS VIC 3008
QTQ Brisbane: Sir Samuel Griffith Drive, MT COOTTHA QLD 4066
NWS Adelaide: 169 Pirie Street, ADELAIDE SA 5000
STW Perth: 253 St Georges Terrace, PERTH WA 6000
NTD Darwin: 82 Mitchell Street, DARWIN NT 0800
Telephone: (02) 9906 9999

TEN Sydney: GPO Box 10, SYDNEY NSW 2001
ATV Melbourne: Private Bag 5000, SOUTH YARRA VIC 3141
TVQ Brisbane: GPO Box 751, BRISBANE QLD 4001
ADS Adelaide: Locked Bag 10, ADELAIDE SA 5001
NEW Perth: Level 4, 502 Hay Street, SUBIACO WA 6008
Telephone: (02) 9650 1010

SBS (including NITV): Website
Locked Bag 028, CROWS NEST NSW 1585
Telephone: 1800 500 727 (national)

WIN: Website
New South Wales: Locked Bag 8800, WOLLONGONG NSW 2500
Victoria: PO Box 691, BALLARAT VIC 3350
Queensland: 27 Evans Street, MAROOCHYDORE QLD 4558
South Australia: PO Box 821, MT GAMBIER SA 5290
Western Australia: 253 St Georges Terrace, PERTH WA 6000
Tasmania: 1-7 Liverpool Street, HOBART TAS 7001
Telephone: (02) 4223 4199

PRIME7 / GWN7: Website
PO Box 878, DICKSON ACT 2602
Telephone: (02) 6242 3700

NBN: Website
Level 3, 28 Honeysuckle Drive, NEWCASTLE NSW 2300
Telephone: (02) 4929 2933

PO Box 637, FYSHWICK ACT 2609

IMPARJA: Website
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Telephone: (08) 8950 1411

Telephone: (07) 5430 1777

C31: Website
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Telephone: (03) 9660 3131

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    • Agnes Caldwell on 30 September 2016 at 9:20 PM
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    My sister and I where on The Saturday Tonight Show I think 1970 or 71 Alastair McHarg was the music producer at the time.We where called The Petites.We also appeared a couple of times on The Country Western Hour.I would dearly love to have a copy of these if it where at all possible.I am guessing this is a big ask but staying hopeful.if you could please contact me regarding this.
    Thank you.
    Agnes Caldwell.

      • Martin on 3 July 2018 at 5:26 PM
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      Agnes, we’d be guessing which Tonight Show or region this was. Can you tell us more details; station, city, can you narrow down the date? Was there any other publicity such as newspaper or magazine listings? Do you recall other acts?

    • Otto Acron on 17 November 2016 at 10:30 AM
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    iN 1976 I worked on the Mike Walsh Show. I am 81 years old and their are too stunts i would like to get a coppy off.
    7 th and 27 of May 1976.One is lifting a car the other is getting run over by a car.
    I am willing to pay for the coppies.
    Hoping you can help me.
    Otto Acron

    1. Hi Otto. Your chances of obtaining footage are very slim, usually for reasons of copyright or because footage may simply no longer exist.

      You could try contacting the channel which produced the program or possibly the production company if you know who that is or even the National Film and Sound Archive.

        • Susan Wilson-Gahan on 24 April 2017 at 11:25 AM
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        Hi Andrew,
        I wish to cite you and your stories about colour television in my PhD but I cannot even find your surname in any of the information. Sorry for my complete ignorance. Can you please help?

        Thank yo

        1. Hi Susan.

          Pleased to have been of assistance.

          More details here. And Good Luck with the PhD! Please let me know how it goes.

      • Martin on 4 July 2018 at 2:58 PM
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      Otto, you’re absolutely my favourite person to request help here. Why? Because you’ve included the dates of your shows!
      Possibly you should be telling us how it is rather than the other way ’round, as Andrew and I were in school or possibly kindergarten at this stage; we’re people who like reading TV guides from the era, even if I do speak for him myself. How have you dated the appearances — did you keep a journal or even booking sheets? And on a related note, love the YouTube channel, how have you been getting those clips? Have you written memoirs?
      But I digress. You appeared on some of the last Mike Walsh Shows made at TEN-10 before it moved to TCN-9. Known holdings are way better after the shift, but why guess when we can just ask? Mike is alive and well, he and his company Hayden Enterprises/Hayden Productions have a website. I’d suggest writing to him via one of the two theatres linked there. And good luck!

    • Tatum on 3 January 2017 at 4:34 PM
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    I have a lid from the TV show “Pick a box”. It is not dated but has been signed by Bob and Dolly Dyer, Frank Partridge VC, George Black and Barry Jones. Do you know if there is a TV museum or something similar that might be interested in this piece of history? It seems a shame to have it locked away in cupboard.

    1. Hi Tatum that would be a most valueable find for any collection. I’m sure there are any number of places that would be interested. Any State Library in a capital city would probably be interested, likewise the National Film and Sound Archive (offices in Canberra/Sydney/Melbourne) or other museums like ACMI in Melbourne or the Powerhouse Museum in Sydney.

    • Kylie Madsen on 15 February 2017 at 6:00 PM
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    Hi just wondering if you can get “Thursday creek mob” tv show made late 70s on dvd?

    1. Hi Kylie. I am not aware of that title being available on DVD maybe check some online retailers.

      • Karl Hashfild on 11 May 2017 at 1:25 PM
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      Hey Kylie.
      Any luck in tracking down the Thursday Creek Mob?
      Cheers – Karl Hashfield

    • Melissa on 7 May 2017 at 8:22 PM
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    Hi There

    Thanks for your time. Is there any way of obtaining a copy or viewing of Romper Room episodes in 1978 with Miss Helena?

    Thanks Melissa

    1. Hi Melissa. Your chances are not good, for reasons listed at the top of this page.

      • Martin on 3 July 2018 at 5:05 PM
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      Chas Licciardello has his own appearance on Romper Room, possibly from the mid-Eighties. However he may have an insight into survival rates, perhaps you should try him? It may have been simply recorded by the Licciardellos on home format.
      I count eight episodes at the National Film and Sound Archive; two from 1963 (possibly the same episode), two from 1982, one from 1985 and three from 1988 (again possibly overlapping material). There are significant numbers of clips and full episodes on YouTube, which may be the same material.

    • Martin Moylan on 17 July 2017 at 11:43 AM
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    Hi Andrew , my mum was on the game show, The price is right, in 1976 hosted by Garry Meadows, it was the daytime edition, I remember my school putting it on for me to watch, I know my chances are slim, but would appreciate your help, advice, feed back Her name was Audrey Mary Moylan, cheers Martin Moylan.

    1. Hi Martin. I’m afraid you’re right your chances are very slim. For reasons given at the top of this page it is unlikely to be able to retrieve any individual episodes of programs. I can only suggest you try the show’s producers which I’m guessing was Reg Grundy, which is now FremantleMedia Australia.

      I would doubt Channel Ten, which aired the program, would have any footage of the show now other than a few snippets.

      Alternatively, you could try the National Film and Sound Archive in Canberra.

      • Martin on 3 July 2018 at 5:22 PM
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      The National Film and Sound Archive hold only episodes from the 1990s for The Price Is Right, They have a large amount of documentation relating to its inception in 1963 and revival in 1973. There are odd fragments held in compilations. Grundy/Freemantle is the only likely source. Could you work out what the date was? Whe could at least find listings for it.

  1. Hi Andrew, thank you very much for your comment on the Radio Remembrance list. There is an update with all those names on the way and will add any archive photos if I can.

    There’s one that’s been bugging me for a while. Iven Walker from 3XY, 2JJ, ABC News. No one seems to know if he passed away or not. He sort of just disappeared.

    Thanks again. Your help so far is really appreciated.

    1. Thank you Jose. As for Mr Walker, I can not say that name sounds familiar to me I’m afraid.

      • Martin on 16 July 2018 at 1:32 AM
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      I found a brief obituary for an Iven Walker in The Canberra Times of Sunday, 1 December 1985, and several records on Ancestry. Given the unusual spelling and mention of radio work, this appears to be one and the same.

    • Belinda on 9 October 2017 at 7:37 AM
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    Morning Andrew,
    I am looking for the season of Thank God It’s Friday at the Zoo. produced at 10 studios Sydney around 1978.
    It was hosted by the 2SM radio DJ Ian MacRae.

    1. If you are looking for copies of the show, I’m afraid you’d be out of luck.

      More details at the top of this page. At a stretch I’d suggest you contact Channel Ten or the National Film and Sound Archive.

      • Martin on 3 July 2018 at 4:47 PM
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      As elsewhere on this page, a single episode has been recovered by the National Film and Sound Archive, and is included in the documentary Right There On My TV.

    • Harry on 4 November 2017 at 11:17 AM
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    I was wondering if you knew what the classification equivalent of PG was in 1985. And where I could a copy of the symbol/logo for a school project.

    I was sent to you from the TV TONIGHT website (and now love your site).

    Thanks in advance!


    1. Hi Harry. I just happened to see your message on TV Tonight and I replied there, but I’ll copy it here:

      “For television it was PGR but I don’t know if there was a standard symbol for it I think each network or channel did their own thing.
      In 1993, PGR became PG, and AO became M. I can’t recall but I am guessing MA was created at that time too or possibly replaced what used to be “AO (Modified For Television)””

      PS. Thank you very much for the kind words.

        • Harry on 9 November 2017 at 1:52 PM
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        Hi Andrew,

        Just wondering if you knew were I could get a copy of PGR logo, I have tried heaps of google searching, and the ACMA website.


        1. I don’t think there is one. I think each channel just produced their own style of classification symbols. Wasn’t standardised until much later AFAIK.

    • Ping on 1 December 2017 at 11:38 AM
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    I am having a lot of interference watching channel 7in comparison to the other channels. Is this a problem with my TV or is it something to do with the signal from channel 7?

    1. Suggest you contact Channel 7

  2. Hi, We, Crunchy’s Waffles Pty Ltd, had a visit from your weather man Paul Burt on Friday 15 December. Channel 7 broadcast that evening the weather forecast from the upper deck of our food truck. Is it possible to obtain a copy of that footage, or a link to upload. If so, we also would like to get you consent that we publish it on our website and social media.

    Kind regards,


    1. Hi Matthew this is not Channel 7 you will need to contact them

    • peter princi on 28 January 2018 at 11:12 PM
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    hi…I am trying to get copies of a tv show aired about 1979 called thank god its Friday at the zoo..staring ian macrae and the hon nick
    jones from radio station 2sm….I was involved in the show as the barman…I remember that it was sponsored by barcadi and we
    taped the show every Saturday at the channel ten studios in ryde… ran for 13 weeks…hope you can help…thanks

    1. Hi Peter, please refer to the FAQ at the top of this page. You may need to contact Channel Ten or try the National Film and Sound Archive in Canberra.

      You could possibly also try the Australian TV Archive at the following link:

      • Martin on 3 July 2018 at 4:45 PM
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      A single episode has been recovered by the National Film and Sound Archive, and is included in the documentary Right There On My TV. This premiered at the St Kilda Film Festival on Saturday 21 May 2018, and is being exhibited around the country.

    • Ninette on 25 February 2018 at 10:40 PM
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    I watched a TV show Melbourne TV – free to air ( i think) on Wednesday 3rd January 2018 night about a lady who supposedly murdered her neighbour’s son and her husband/partner while they slept her own son was in the house but he wasn’t hurt. She was having an affair with her neighbour – she was in jail; for years and is now eligible for parole. A child’s toy was sent to the police and the case has been reopened.

    I went on holiday for a week and missed the next episode and never found out what happened.

    Can You help – it driving me crazy

      • Martin on 16 July 2018 at 1:39 AM
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      Don’t know where to start here — was this fictional or not? What true crime series comes in ongoing episodes? Do you have any details on the channel/time slot? This is very confusing, if it’s a real case then the details should give returns from news sources.

    • Jerome Aknian on 28 February 2018 at 7:25 AM
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    I remember seeing a comical character on ABC or SBS back in the 80s or early 90s. I recall he would be out and about and would make the “V” (victory) or peace hand sign and he would say “eh, eh” (No idea what it meant, but found it hilarious as a kid). He may have had curly dark hair, he also may have been doing an imitation of a stereotyical wog, or may have been some sort of woggy type of character that did a parody of a stereotypical wog (being a wog myself, again I found it hilarious). I don’t know if he was on a particular TV show, he may have done short skits/sketches between other TV shows. It is not the “Flacco” character Paul Livingston did, nor is it the “Con the Fruiterer” character Mark Mitchell did, as some of my friends have suggested. Does anyone know who this character is?

      • Martin Dunne on 11 May 2018 at 12:34 PM
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      You’ve got a memory of Grahame Bond as Kev Kavanagh, a musician butcher who thought he was an artist. Kev predates Aunty Jack (Grahame prefers him), and was most prevalent in his 1985 show News Free Zone. There are clips on YouTube if you want to see him again.

        • Jerome Aknian on 21 May 2018 at 4:18 AM
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        Thank you Martin. Do you know if Kev Kavanagh was ever played by anyone other than Grahame Bond? Funny thing is, I’ve heard of the Kev Kavanagh character many times in my life but had no idea who he was. News Free Zone vaguely rings a bell. I have watched one of the clips on YouTube, I will certainly watch some more.

          • Martin Dunne on 27 June 2018 at 2:29 AM
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          Jerome, don’t think so. I suggest Grahame’s autobiography Jack of All Trades Mistress of One, no mention of any other Kevs there but quite illuminating. Aunty Jack was frequently confronted with other cast members all Aunty-fied up.

          • Robert on 6 February 2019 at 4:20 AM
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          Hello my friend, did you forget your friend Robert? 😀

    • Rocco on 1 March 2018 at 9:24 AM
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    I run a facebook group about the old North Shore. I’d like to do a post on TCN 9. I’ve been trying to obtain an old exterior shot of the studios at Willoughby. I just thought I would try you here to see if you know or have seen any? I have been to many sites and online to try and find one. I would appreciate any help or point in the right direction.

    Cheers Rocco

    1. I’m not aware of any pics sorry. Maybe try

      • Martin on 4 July 2018 at 1:25 AM
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      Had a look at your impressive Group, Rocco. Unfortunately most publicity photos from television stations are of the talent, not the facilities. That’s why television enthusiasts are very excited when we find any behind the scenes footage. The National Film and Sound Archive hold a set of photographs from c.1959 detailing the TCN-9 facility, but at peak you would be allows to access them, not copy and certainly not use them unless you could demonstrate you were the copyright holder.
      Possibly the best bet is looking for photos from the opening week (16 September 1956) in other media, you’ve done very well in finding other images!

    • Lynette on 25 May 2018 at 10:06 PM
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    Hi, I am wondering how far back your archives go?
    My dad was filmed talking to a Priest (Father Fenton I Think) in November? 1974 – This was done at our home in Thornton.
    This film was used on your religious show (Think it was called Meditation) that played as the last show before TV went off for the night.
    It did not air on TV until after my dad died on 14th Dec 1974 – sorry not sure of the exact date it went to air?
    Would be amazing if there was a copy out there still!

    1. Hi Lynette. This website is not connected or affiliated to any TV station, network or industry body.

      For reasons listed at the top of this page your chances of obtaining any such footage are remote. You could try contacting the TV stations that made the program or the National Film and Sound Archive in Canberra.

      • Martin on 4 July 2018 at 10:21 AM
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      Lynette, way more details needed here, starting with the name. Closest I can find so far is a radio show from 1974 called Evening Meditation, on 2CY in Canberra (now Radio National). That’s Thornton, NSW, postcode 2322? What station/city/day of the week was the show? What church was Father Fenton from? Did you have any clippings or other items relating to it? Or anyone else who knows more about the interview or show? We probably won’t be able to find a copy of the TV show, but Father Fenton could be traceable and the listings for the show would be a great place to start with.

    • Paul on 26 May 2018 at 9:19 PM
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    Why do television companies allow betting advertising on TVs
    It ruins family lives with gambling
    And television companies only promote this misery with allowing this to happen
    When are you guys going to stop this garbage
    ESPECIALLY in CHILDRENS viewing times

    I await your reply
    Thanking you

    1. This website is not connected or affiliated to any TV station, network or industry body.

      Feel free to forward your complaint accordingly. Addresses for TV stations are further up this page.

      You may also refer to the Australian Communications and Media Authority, Free TV Australia, the Minister for Communications or your local MP.

    • Mark Andrews on 19 June 2018 at 4:51 PM
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    Northern Rivers TV
    I am working on the NSWTA project. I am interested in talking to a facilities / property manager who may know about a 30m lattice tower at a location called Banyabba.

    Thank you in advance

    Mark Andrews

    1. Mark, this website is not connected or affiliate to any network or broadcaster. You will need to contact the station directly.

    • Kerry on 6 September 2018 at 4:29 PM
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    Channel 10,I was very disappointed to find Bold and beautiful to be a repeat show yesterday 5th I dont think thats good enough!

    1. Thanks Kerry but this is not Channel Ten. Their web page is

    • Bob Al on 4 November 2018 at 3:04 PM
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    Back in about 1969 or 1970 I used to watch a spooky show on CBN Channel 8 in Orange. It was similar to the Alfred Hitchcock type drama’s, and from memory the opening scene was an empty child’s playground with an octopus ride spinning around. Does anyone know the name of the show ?

    • Bree Phoenix on 18 November 2018 at 8:51 PM
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    Don’t you care about the hearing impaired and deaf. One in six Australian people deaf and hearing impaired in Australia and you hardly bother with closed captions. I have just turned on “Dead Poets Society” I’m deaf and NO CLOSED CAPTIONS HOW BLOODY THOUGHTLESS IM DICK IF THIS IT’S 2018. THE TEN PLAY APP HARDLY HAS CLOSED CAPTIONS IN GOING TO A CURRENT AFFAIR WITH THIS. I’M DEAF AND LOST MY HEARING WITH LEUKEMIA

    1. Hi Bree. Thanks for your comment and I appreciate your concerns. However this website is not connected to any network. If you have a complaint about the lack of subtitles I suggest you contact Channel Ten directly.

    • Leeanne Hodgson on 13 January 2019 at 2:59 AM
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    Hi I am wanting to know who to contact about getting a copy of a story dated back to late 2000 on This Day Tonight.

    Thankyou Leeanne

    1. You will need to contact the TV channel that made the program.

    • Anne Smith on 26 January 2019 at 6:34 PM
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    Watching the 6.00pm news tonight, 26/01/2019, just like to tell Rachel Williams that her makeup tonight looks absolutely beautiful. Not sure if you have changed your brand, but it certainly is awesome.

    1. This website is not connected to any network. You should contact them directly.

    • elaine on 6 April 2019 at 5:33 PM
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    Please have Chris Bath do something with her hair.It is very unprofessional watching her on TV when all the other girls look so much better.
    She is a great presenter but her look is very under stated.

    1. This website is not Channel Ten. Please forward your feedback to Channel Ten:

    • Catherine Smith on 22 April 2019 at 10:28 PM
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    Channel Ten you had wonderful hosts on Dancing With The Stars 2019…..I loved them and haven’t watched the show for several years and after tonight I won’t be watching the show again along with thousands of senior citizens who were disappointed with the result of the winning couple. Everyone knows that Courtney Act and Josh won the series…..such a dishonest outcome. We are all feeling so disappointed for Courtney and Josh and so disillusioned with your interpretation of the results. Sam’s poor sad me attitude, annoyed us all… fake.
    Catherine Smith.

    1. This website is not Channel Ten. Please forward your feedback to Channel Ten:

    • Andrew Mora on 18 May 2019 at 8:28 AM
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    Hi, I’m From The United States and I Would Like To Know What Was The Top 30 Rated TV Shows in Australia in 1990 My Birth Year?

    I Know The Seven Network was The Top-Rated Network of 1990.

    1. Sorry we don’t have that information.

    • Nicki Lawless on 28 June 2019 at 1:26 AM
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    Hi, I have contacted the National Film and Sound Archive of Australia asking if they could find any recording of my grandmother singing.
    They found a full episode of her in the Country and Western Hour episode that goes for around 50 mins. They will sell me a digital copy provided I’ve cleared copyright with the copyright holder and to rmail the nine metwork for permission, then send the response back to them.
    I’m not sure how to get this permission.
    Could you give me some advise if possible?

    1. Hi Nicki. Congratulations on being able to find some footage through NFSA. All I can suggest is that you maybe try contacting Channel 9 in Adelaide, which is where the program was recorded – if I recall correctly. Hopefully they might be able to assist further. Failing that, maybe Channel 9 in Sydney as network headquarters. I don’t have email addresses for them but give them a call. Good luck!

    • Italia Holmes on 10 October 2019 at 8:03 PM
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    Would like to support and congratulate Kerry Anne Kennerley on her comments on the activists. Why should she be sacked or spoken to. She has every right to voice her opinion and is doing so without disrupting the lives of individuals trying to get on with everyday life.
    The activists should be blasted and yes locked up. They obviously do not have jobs to get to however still claiming welfare payments which we the working people provide. So activists should move to China or Canberra and protest there, Road humps a great idea .Well done Kerry Anne.

    • Eliana on 14 December 2019 at 10:30 AM
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    Please tell me what Is going on? I’m concerned that I’ve tried to get in contact with someone at the TV stations many times to advise me on some issues and have heard nothing back.

    I’ve been seeing adds on TV stating that HUGHESY WE HAVE A PROBLEM is coming back on for a Christmas episode but it never shows up on the internet TV guide and I cannot tell when it’s on, – the advert never says, I’ve been watching virtually nonstop for weeks. All I see are repeats, Moana has been set to play for the fifth time this year. Beauty and the Beast live action has played three times this year that I’ve seen (once in the same week)

    And it was advertised for months that new episodes of MIRACULOUS TALES OF LADYBUG AND CAT NOIR were going to be shown but each night it was repeats then a few weeks ago it changed the advert to say it was now only new episodes on the app.

    My questions is – before Christmas! – Is WHEN is the Christmas episode of HUGHESY WE HAVE A PROBLEM going to be on? and IS the advert saying that MIRACULOUS TALES OF LADYBUG AND CAT NOIR is now to be playing ON THE TV (not app) on Christmas Eve all Day, true?

    It once again states new episodes to be shown but it will be a horrible trick especially on Christmas to say a marathon will be on and then not follow through as TOO many times the TV has done this year especially with MIRACULOUS

    Please let me know before Christmas!

    Eliana Robinson

    1. Hi Eliana. Any questions related to programming should be referred to the networks.

    • Donna White on 5 January 2020 at 1:37 PM
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    I am absolutely disgusted by the absolute absence of bushfire coverage that your channel has provided to the Australian population. How dare you not have 24hr coverage. If a mass shooting occurs in America all other programs are holted to fully cover the incident. During 9/11 every channel broadcast non-stop for days. What the hell is going on? Our nation is experiencing a catastophic disaster and I get the best coverage of it from the BBC news. Australian TV considers that it more important to broadcast the tennis, cricket and “The Offroad Adventure Show”. They should be absolutely ashamed of themselves. Donna White

    1. Thank you for your message, Donna. I am not sure who your message is intended for but this website is not the website of any Australian TV network.

      If you scroll further up this page you will see contact details for each of the major networks.

      Having said that, I believe ABC television (ABC News 24) and radio has been providing quite comprehensive coverage of the bushfire situation.

    • Penny Shannon on 4 March 2020 at 9:33 AM
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    Please please can we see more of Denise Drysdale. She absolutely makes the show..So more enjoyable when Denise makes an appearance

    1. You should probably direct your feedback to Channel Ten. This website is not linked to any network.

    • Lesley Till on 6 March 2020 at 11:49 AM
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    I am rather disappointed with Channel 10 as for the last two Thursday evenings instead of showing Law & Order SVU you have replaced it with Hughsey I have a probelm. Maybe you need to make sure that the TV guide in newspapers is amended to show this change in programming.

    1. Hi Lesley

      Please direct your feedback to Channel Ten directly.

      Contact details for Channel Ten in capital cities are at the following page:

    • Jan M on 31 March 2020 at 4:51 PM
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    Could you please inform me of the date Season 4 of This is Us is due to begin

    1. You will need to ask Channel Ten

    • Steve Bowman on 1 October 2020 at 11:49 AM
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    VALE : Peter Cellier
    Peter began his career at 5AD Adelaide as an a cadet announcer in 1958.
    Took himself toMelbourne in 1959 and joined GTV 9 as a booth announcer and as a trainee in Production.
    The impending opening of ADS 7 in October 1959 brought him back to Adelaide and work as on on- camera
    presenter hosting and doing commercials for most of the stations production line up for the next decade.
    Peter was an outstanding all rounder able to direct, write and present in almost ever field.
    On leaving ADS he moved to Sydney and worked as freelance Producer/ Director on high end TVCs for the big agencies.
    He did many projects in Singapore, India and Hong Kong for emerging clients breaking into global markets.
    After retirement he returned to Australia – hosting a community radio jazz show. A pioneer in the industry who will be missed.
    He leaves wife Claudia and three daughters.

    • Noelia on 29 November 2020 at 11:51 PM
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    Hi, i’m contacting you about a concert broadcasted on TV in 1988, The Whitney Houston concert in Sanctuary Cove. I know an official VHS exist and i was wondering if you still had that in your archives. I’ve been desperatly looking for this for many years and i hope you’re gonna be able to help me!
    thank you very much

    1. Hi Noelia. We don’t have a video archive as such. You might be able to try the National Film and Sound Archive in Canberra, or the Australian Television Archive

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    • Kim Bryant on 16 April 2021 at 2:13 PM
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    Hi, I’m one of those people looking for a needle in a haystack with very little to go on!
    I will also try the suggestions at the top of the page, as I am sure that is my only chance.
    But … as a long shot…
    My uncle appeared as a singer / performer on a Brisbane filmed TV show in the mid to late 60’s.
    He can’t remember the name of the show or the exact date. I was wondering what TV shows would have had local performers (from Sydney) come into the studio in Brisbane to perform in those days.
    His name is Wynston Jacobs & he was know for fundraising charity performances for Mother Teresa, as well as night clubs in India. He would have performed cover songs of people like Sinatra & Sammy Davis Jr & may have done some impersonations.
    That’s it I’m afraid, he was in Brisbane visiting family when the call came to do this show & he could not give me any other information.
    Not holding my breath – but any ideas or suggestions would be gratefully accepted.

    • Martin on 24 April 2021 at 2:17 AM
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    Kim, so any Brisbane variety show across the second half of the Sixties? You can get an idea about the schedules from the classic tv guides section of the site. Could you narrow it down to year or station?

      • Kim Bryant on 2 August 2021 at 9:54 PM
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      Hi Martin,
      I’ll try to get more info.
      Thanks for your reply.

    • Andrew Mora on 24 May 2023 at 4:46 AM
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    When in 1996 did Freakazoid! started airing on Nine Network?


    1. I don’t know

        • Andrew Mora on 25 May 2023 at 6:35 AM
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        It aired on What’s Up Doc? every Monday.

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